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Poster: ducats Date: Dec 27, 2006 3:36pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: no credit

are right guys - can I get an apology on the mind thing?

Ssars - traditionals (don't know who wrote it) not covers - there were not that many (30 at most?)

I am amazed at that last post u wrote about spinners (bottom of thread at this pt) - did you live in the house?
How many peoplke are we talking about - 10?

I did not call you a name and did not mean to hurt your feelings.

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Poster: Ssag Date: Dec 27, 2006 3:58pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: no credit

no man I didt live there I was there next door neighbors by a few houses. A friend of mine and myself went there to see what weirdness was happening over there. They were such jerks at shows we had to see what the story was. Anyhow, different story and I dont want to corrupt another thread. Anyhow I am sorry I could have written less harsh. Man I have a ton of music I can turn you on to. No they had a pretty big following I cant say for sure but 100 or so maybe more, they had a house in Berkeley and one up in Ft. Bragg (if I remember right). They had enough to be noticed in mainstream magazines and newspapers as a cult. And that "Jerry wasn't god" qoute is bolony. I saw a pray shrine to him in thier house.

Oh traditionals sorry bad habit I dont follow directions well.

Its got to be "He was a Friend of Mine" Strange I couldnt find who wrote it anywhere. Its real traditional then.

This post was modified by Ssag on 2006-12-27 23:58:43

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Poster: direwolf0701 Date: Dec 27, 2006 4:07pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: no credit

ssag - don't want to nitpick ya, but He Was a Friend of Mine is a portion of a song entitled Just a Hand To Hold written by Mark Spoelstra.

Just trying to be informative as opposed to anything else :)

p.s. kudos to you man, - atleast you are trying to open ducats eyes to the wonders of the musical world out there. there is just so so so so much!! i mean holy crap, can you imagine if Phil or Jerry listened to one kind of music??? certainly, there would have been no Grateful Dead as we knew them. sad when i hear a head only listens to the dead



This post was modified by direwolf0701 on 2006-12-28 00:07:26

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Poster: Ssag Date: Dec 27, 2006 4:11pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: no credit

After a little googling I am not sure whos right. I think the Dead's version they sang was from the lyrics of Spoelstra but the basis of the song is much much older like Peggy-O or Fennerio is. I earlest recording by Spoelstra of the song I can find is 1968 but I know Dylan recorded it in 1962. I'll do more research.

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Poster: Ssag Date: Dec 27, 2006 4:19pm
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yeah I concurr with myself the oldest record by Spoelstra is 1963 so the song has to be older because there older versions of it by other artists.

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Poster: direwolf0701 Date: Dec 27, 2006 7:31pm
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you could be right - i didn't dig as deep as you my friend

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Poster: Chris Freedom Date: Dec 27, 2006 4:15pm
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I think ducats was joking because judging from the difficulty level of this post he knows his music.

Can I have "On the Road Again"
"I like bad girls I will tell you the reason why,
Bad girls will even do things on the sly"

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Poster: direwolf0701 Date: Dec 27, 2006 7:32pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: no credit

not at all sure about that - seen some of his posts in prior months and i haven't been impressed to say the least - i'll leave it at that